Judicial Courts Barnala Recruitment 2022 Lift Operator
Judicial Courts Barnala Recruitment 2022: Judicial Courts Barnala, Punjab invite the Offline Application form for the Lift Operator post purely on contract basis or Contractual basis. Interested Candidate can apply directly by Sending their application form through India Post. All details related to Judicial Courts Barnala Lift Operator Recruitment 2022 are given below in this post and also available on the official website of employer.
Judicial Courts Barnala Recruitment 2022
Application Form Starting Date :- 02 January 2022.
Application Form Last Date :- 25 January 2022.
Interview Date and Time :- 05 Feb. 2022 10:00 AM.
Interview Place :- New Judicial Courts Complex, Barnala.
Application Form Send Address :- Distt and Sessions Judge, Distt and Sessions Court, New Judicial Court Complex, Barnala, Punjab 148101
General/OBC Candidates:- No Fees
SC/ST Candidates/EWS:- No Fees
Persons with Disabilities:- No Fees
Fees Payment Mode:- —
Minimum Age :- The Minimum Age of Candidate Should be not less then 18 Years.
Maximum Age :- The Maximum Age of Candidate Should be not more than 37 Years.
Age Relaxation :- For SC/ ST /OBC/PWD/ PH Candidates Relaxation as per Government Rule Regulation is also applicable. For Complete information please visit official Website.
Lift Operator :- 10th Pass and ITI certificate in Electrical/Mechanical.
Total Number Of Post :- 03 ( General = 02 ,SC =01 ).
Candidates will be selected based on the Interview.
For more selection process details please go to the official notification.
Application Form Send Address :- Distt and Sessions Judge, Distt and Sessions Court, New Judicial Court Complex, Barnala, Punjab 148101 [Pb].
Job Location :- Punjab.
Eligible candidates can apply online through the official website by 25 January 2022 or at Click on the below How to Apply links.
Salary For This Vacancy :- At the rates fixed by Barnala from time to time
Application Form :- Click Here
Download Notification :- Click Here
Official Website :- Click Here